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Sciomyzidae --> Coremacera fabricii
Urs
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Posted on 11-07-2014 16:01
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I think it is not Euthycera fumigata. Coremacera? Who can help? Thank you. No other view.

Foto: Switzerland, Schwägalp SG, 1300m NN, 01.07.14

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I give you a little tip, hoping will be appreciated: watch carefully 3rd antennomere's apex. I'm sure you'll find the right genus.
 
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Thanks for the tip, Valerio. Last attempt from my side: Coremacera fabricii?
 
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Urs wrote:
Thanks for the tip, Valerio. Last attempt from my side: Coremacera fabricii?




TumbsUp Coremacera fabricii! I knew you could reach the goal by yourself!! Grin
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Very nice picture that would deserve to be in the gallery ! Wink
Stephane.
 
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Thank you Stephane and Valerio, the picture is submitted for the gallery.
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